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Classeq Warewashers: British Built, British Quality And British Back-Up

2 August 2011

Classeq has chosen to manufacture its glasswashers and dishwashers in a purpose-built factory at Hixton, near Stafford. This means the company can be sure of the quality of production and after sales back up, as well as saving costs on transportation. “Our machines are designed and built to be reliable and energy efficient and to offer a best value-for-money option both at point of purchase and during operation,” explains Nick Burridge of Classeq. “Because our warewashers are British-built, sourcing spares...

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Great Gaggia coffee, at a lower price

1 August 2011

Gaggia’s LC/D sets the standard in entry-level commercial espresso coffee machines Gaggia describes the LC/D as the new benchmark in entry-level commercial coffee machines.  A traditionally-designed espresso model, it delivers Gaggia engineering and build quality, but at a reduced price.  It is marketed in the UK by Watermark and is available through a national distributor network.  The LC/D is backed by a comprehensive after-sales support package including a full two-year warranty. 

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Twenty Five Clean Bottles…

1 August 2011

Classeq Eau de Vie launches bottle cleaning rack for use in glasswashers A problem with most restaurants using mains water bottling systems is cleaning the bottles between use.  Now Eau de Vie, the premium brand, on-site chilled filtered water system, has launched a bottle-cleaning rack designed to work in a standard glass washer.  Classeq, which markets Eau de Vie in the UK, says it is a simple idea that will help enhance hygiene in the increasing number of outlets offering...

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Hot stuff!

29 July 2011

Foodservice Equipment Marketing supplies Alto-Shaam warming drawers Holding hot items prior to serving is essential to speeding up service in many foodservice situations, from takeaways and small cafes to large restaurants. But the use of substandard warming apparatus can result in a degradation of the quality of the food and dissatisfied customers. Foodservice Equipment Marketing (FEM) now supplies Alto-Shaam warming drawers that are specifically designed to hold hot items, such as baked potatoes and bread rolls, while they are waiting...

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CESA: FAQs on FWDs

29 July 2011

It’s time to re-evaluate food waste disposers, says the Catering Equipment Suppliers Association Food waste disposers (FWDs) deliver huge benefits for the caterer, offering a safe and simple way of dealing with a major waste issue and reducing waste disposal costs.  However, in the past they have had a bad press.  Now CESA, the Catering Equipment Suppliers Association, is aiming to put that right by dispelling the myths and misinformation surrounding FWDs.  It points out that the latest research shows...

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